Jamaica’s New International Airport – Why Name It In Honour Of An Englishman?
To say I was shaken by the news of the opening of another international airport in Jamaica would be an exaggeration. But my interest was certainly stirred when I noticed that it was not named after some local son of the soil, like a deceased politician or sports champion.US Dispatches Report the Corrupt Clan of President Ben Ali
the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, there is the “world compact” show the extent of corruption in the family clan of ex-President Ben Ali of Tunisia. In a series of four dispatches from the summer 2006 is “growing anger at the influence and of corruption in the country’s elite” is mentioned.A Peaceful Solution
It has taken me a great deal of thought to post about the shooting that took place in Tuscon recently. The media machine has eaten it alive, metabolizing its nutrients for a political volley game. The root of the problem of why the gentle lady, Congresswoman Giffords and the innocent lives, were terrorized is the control of message by the media machine.Massive Floods Brought Scarcity in Australia
Since November of last year, heavy rainfalls hit the continent of Australia, which resulted to a massive flooding across the public roads and highways of some big cities, including Brisbane and Queensland. Until these days, rains in some parts of Australia still continue to pour. As a result, floods incessantly spread towards other places.Challenges for Our Society
Tensions in our global society have been rising consistently over the past 40 years. This has taken a steeper curve since the 9/11 atrocity. A great deal of work, effort, emotion and enthusiasm has gone into the commitment towards maintaining peace, harmony and respect in our society since the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Centre. The rising tensions that resulted from this act of terrorism have been tackled by men and women of all faiths and persuasions. This has been done through returning to our usual routines and daily existence and re-establishing all of the usual norms of our society.